From the Archives
The Georgetown University Library offers a wide variety of primary materials for those interested in learning more about enslavement, emancipation and African American history. A selection of these materials will be on display in the Lauinger Library vestibule on June 17 from 1-2 p.m. for community members with green GU360 badges.
The Price of Georgetown
Numerous sites with deep ties to slavery populate Georgetown University’s campus and the surrounding neighborhoods. This walking tour, developed by the Georgetown University Library’s Booth Family Center for Special Collections, allows anyone to tour these historic sites, either on campus or virtually.
Georgetown is commemorating Juneteenth with a variety of virtual and in-person events across campuses.
Members of Congress, Regulators and Bank CEOs Join Juneteenth Forum on Financial Inclusion
Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law convened leaders from Congress, regulatory agencies and the private sector to discuss the future of minority-owned financial institutions in a forum titled “Can Black and Brown Banks Compete in a Digital Economy?”
Georgetown Recognizes Juneteenth with University Holiday
President DeGioia announced the annual Juneteenth university holiday in 2020.
Recorded at the Dedication of Isaac Hawkins Hall and Anne Marie Becraft Hall (April 18, 2017)
Last year, members of the Georgetown community shared their reflections on Juneteenth.
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